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Microsoft’s new PC gaming guru departs after just six months

13
Feb
2014

When Jason Holtman joined Microsoft to work on the companys Windows gaming strategy, it sounded like a match made in heaven. Microsoft was in the process of dismantling its oft-reviled Games for Windows Live program, and Holtman had just spent eight years turning Steam into a comparatively beloved platform for digital game sales. Apparently, it was not to be: after just six months, Holtman has left the company. A Microsoft spokesperson confirmed his departure to The Verge, adding that the company wishes him the best in his future endeavors.

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